Seven Mile Creek Ranch
$6,500,000 | 9,744± Acres
Seven Mile Creek Ranch
Listing Price: $6,500,000
Address: County Rd 81.5
City/ST/ZIP: Starkville, Colorado, 81082
County: Las Animas County
Lifestyles: signature property
Roughly 9,744 acres of ranching and recreational acreage for running cattle, big game hunting, and long-range shooting all within 10-15 minutes of Trinidad, CO. The landscape of Seven Mile Creek Ranch varies from small mesas, canyons and arroyos to gentling rolling hills and flat grazing land. Water springs in and out of the cottonwood dotted creek bottom for over 7 miles creating a source of water for both livestock and wildlife alike. The mesas and canyons are covered in pinyon and juniper while the balance of the ranch has scattered yucca as well as native shrubs and grasses. You simply cannot beat the views!
+/- 9,744 deeded acres
Over 30 miles of new perimeter and internal cross fencing on 8K acres
New spring-fed water delivery system currently being installed
Strong Candidate for Conservation Easement
Over 7 miles of Frijole Creek drainage
Excellent Road System
Deeded Water Rights
Big Game Hunting
The ranch is located in game management unit 140 which is known for producing trophy quality big game. Resident big game animals include mule deer and antelope with a few elk and black bear coming down from the high country (check back soon for updated big game pictures). Other recreational hunting opportunities include small game hunting for coyote, fox, bobcat, badgers, and rabbits as well as wing shooting for quail and dove. The ranch qualifies for mule deer landowner tags and elk tags, as well as archery antelope tags, are over-the-counter.
The location is about 2 hrs. south of Colorado Springs, 1:15 hrs. south of Pueblo and 10 mins east of Trinidad, CO. There is daily jet service into Colorado Springs and Denver International Airport as well as a local landing strip in Trinidad.
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